The living room’s medium-tone prefinished engineered hardwood floor creates a warm and neutral backdrop for the space. “The best way to describe it would be greige,” says designer Brian Patrick Flynn. “It’s kind of like a grayish beige mix.”
In this bedroom, designers went with a neutral color palette that would anchor the space and reflect the natural light that comes into the space from the room's large windows. A beige colored wallpaper accent wall creates a focal point in the space, while the tan headboard and the sandy wood nightstand add even more warmth to the room's design.
Ensure that outdoor hang-out zones are comfortable at any temperature by incorporating warm and cozy elements wherever you can. Here, oversized pillows on the rocker and piled on the deck invite leisurely lounging, and a plaid wool throw not only looks pretty, but offers an extra layer of warmth. Of course, there’s also the hot tub to really warm up!
To ensure the white-washed interior of their kitchen didn’t feel overly sterile the homeowners chose wooden countertops. It not only brings in a natural element, but the golden tones of the wood help warm up the space.
Layering red and white throughout the guest bedroom brings a vibrant and classic style to this bright and airy space. Traditional accents including the metalwork on the pendant lamp and stylish silver bedside lamps bring classic sensibility to this vibrant room.
Warm wood cabinets paired with dark granite and stainless steel countertops create a delightful kitchen combination. Recessed lighting and a delicate pendant light above the island brings in plenty of light to the inviting space. Sleek stainless steel appliances finish off the contemporary look.
Natural materials, textures, color and art come together flawlessly in this family-friendly kitchen. With a bar and a large island at the center of the kitchen, there is no shortage of space for a snack or cooking prep.
Chris’ home office is open and peaceful, the perfect space for hosting a friend for a few days. The sea foam green wall and sand-colored curtains and rug evoke a vaguely beach-like atmosphere that feels effortless. It’s interesting then, that Chris singles this space out as the hardest part of his initial redesign. He explains that, “because the room is so compact, I struggled to create a layout that was functional, but still aesthetically pleasing.”